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Our Environmental Law practice group assists our clients with a variety of environmental matters including permitting, regulatory compliance, and enforcement-related matters as well as with transactions and agreements. Our goal is to guide our clients through the complex regulatory requirements of federal, state and local environmental laws, and to find cost-effective solutions to environmental compliance challenges and environmental disputes.

Our environmental attorneys regularly deal with federal, state and local regulatory agencies in matters such as:

Working in conjunction with attorneys in our Litigation and Real Estate practice groups, our environmental attorneys regularly advise and represent clients in:

Clients of our environmental law practice are drawn from all sectors of the business community including shipbuilding and ship repair, vessel owners and operators, transportation companies, port and terminal operators, construction, government contractors, industrial facilities, real estate owners and developers, educational facilities, airports, and government agencies. Several of the attorneys in our environmental practice group have degrees in engineering or natural sciences.

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